Open Source Languages Programming
This category holds links on programming languages for which at least one body of writings, specification, or implementation exists, that meets the definition of open source software found at Opensource.org. All links in this category point to languages that are already listed in the directory.2) Bottom group: Languages where some versions are open source, some are closed. Such software usually began as closed source, and then one or more version changed to open, or one or more open source version was begun.
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- Open Source High-level Languages in Your Neighborhood - Treats 6 popular, modern, high-level languages (Eiffel, Lua, Smalltalk, Squeak, open source Python, Ruby), what they are being used for, where they open source are hiding in industry today. Descriptions, resource links. [Developer.com]
- ActiveState Programmer Network: ASPN - Online resource for open source community: information and programming resources for programming Perl, PHP, Python, Tcl, XSLT; Cookbooks, programming documents, mail lists, modules, programming news feeds, products, user programming groups, Web services.
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